Definition of patronal in English:


Line breaks: pa|tron¦al
Pronunciation: /pəˈtrəʊn(ə)l


Relating to a patron saint: the patronal festival of the parish church of St Peter
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  • On Sunday, I was back at church singing for the patronal festival and a visit from the Bishop of Edinburgh.
  • Although very powerful, the emperor did not usurp all patronal resources.
  • In addition to the national festival of the Virgin of Meritxell, each parroquia has its own patronal festival.

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